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Elements of Design. Look around to discover who is wearing or bearing items, including shoes, or hoodies , that advertise a product or service . Consider the following questions. 1. Why do you wear or not wear clothes that contain advertising?

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Look around to discover who is wearing or bearing items, including shoes, or hoodies, that advertise a product or service.

Consider the following questions.

  • 1. Why do you wear or not wear clothes that contain advertising?
  • 2. Do you think particular ads on clothes or bags influence a person’s status or identity among peers?
  • 3. Do you judge others by the ads they wear?
  • 4. People usually pay more for clothes that contain advertisements.
  • What do you think of the idea of people paying less if they wear

advertisements?

Warm Up

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Elements of Design
  • The design of a media product is just as important as the words are in conveying the message.
  • Like words, visual elements are used to persuade, inform, and entertain.
  • The information can quickly be presented in: Graphics and images: such as charts, diagrams, maps, timelines, photographs, illustrations, and symbols.

The following 6 Key Elements of Design are used to give meaning to visuals:

visual images
Visual Images
  • Since people often “read” with their eyes, advertisers try to impress people with eye-catching pictures

Example: a picture with trees creates an impression of nature or peace

slogan
Slogan
  • A business or company usually tries to include a short, catchy phrase that it hopes people will remember

Example: “Got milk?”

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Logo
  • This is also a kind of visual image but it is specifically designed to represent a product or company

Example: the Nike “swoosh” or the McDonald’s golden M arches

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Text
  • Not only do advertisers choose their words carefully, but they also choose the size and font, and the placement of the words on the pages. Some ads contain only a few words while others have entire paragraphs. Notice any use of “fine print”
colors
Colors
  • Colors represent emotion. Advertisers choose which colors to use and how many different colors to use, in order to create a certain mood or effect on the viewer

Example: REDS suggest passion, whereas YELLOWS suggest happiness

space
Space
  • Advertisers must pay for the size of their ads, so they make sure that every part of the space helps to sell the product. No space on an ad is left empty unless the designers think an empty part of the ad space will help focus on the product.